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NHL Trade Rumors: David Krejci to Vancouver Canucks?

Vancouver - Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning has expressed an interest in acquiring more scoring power before the start of the 2016-17 NHL season and with the free agent market getting thin, speculation of a possible trade is buzzing on social media.

Sony launches PlayStation Now and over 400 games on Windows PCs

Sony has announced it is bringing its PlayStation Now online gaming service to Windows PCs, alongside an official wireless adapter for its DualShock controllers. The move is a response to the increased role of Xbox on Microsoft's Windows 10.

Viral photos add fuel to French burkini debate

Nice - An angry debate over a ban on burkinis in France was further stoked Wednesday as images of a veiled woman surrounded by police on a beach in Nice went viral.

NBA News and Rumors: Greg Monroe to Golden State Warriors?

Oakland - After finishing the 2015-16 NBA regular season with the most wins in the history of the league, most experts predicted the Golden State Warriors to finish the year off in style, but after losing to Cleveland in the finals, the team is making changes.

Pacquiao finds time to train early for the Nov. 5 Vargas fight

Despite his busy schedules in the ongoing sessions of the Philippine senate where he is serving as a neophyte senator, Manny Pacquiao finds time to train for his next fight against WBO welterweight champion Jessie Vargas on Nov. 5 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Google to crackdown on mobile sites with intrusive pop-up ads

Google has announced a crackdown on mobile sites that make use of intrusive pop-up adverts. It is revising its search algorithms to lower the rank of these sites. The move will help users avoid bad advertising and could reduce traffic to offending pages.

Ukraine marks 25th independence day with show of force

Kiev - Tanks rumbled across Kiev on Tuesday as Ukraine marked 25 years of independence with a show of force against an increasingly assertive Russia and a war simmering in the pro-Kremlin separatist east.

Op-Ed: Microsoft slammed for Win 10’s ‘malicious’ privacy invasions

Sydney - Everybody said it when they found out about Windows 10’s “phone home” abilities – They don’t like it, it’s intrusive, and it gets a lot of information. According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, those worries are now proven.

Diabetes treatment reduces obesity in children with autism

A standard drug used to treat type-2 diabetes, called metformin, has been shown to be effective in aiding overweight children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to maintain or reduce their body mass index (BMI).

Costco's switch to Visa from Amex hits unanticipated challenges

Issaquah - If it isn't one thing, it's another complicating discount retailer Costco's switch to Visa-branded credit cards from American Express.

Erdogan says Syria operation aimed at IS jihadists, Kurdish PYD

Istanbul - The Turkish operation inside Syrian territory is aimed not just against jihadists but also Kurdish militia and should permanently put an end to problems on the border, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday.

NFC Ring lets you pay with a tap of your finger

You can now tap-to-pay using nothing more than your finger at hundreds of thousands of stores in the US and UK. The NFC Ring is a Visa-based payment ring that is now available for anyone to pre-order. It made its debut at the Rio Olympics this month.

Review: Criss Angel and Dee Snider release empowering video for charity Special

World renowned magician Criss Angel has directed an acoustic music video for Dee Snider (of Twisted Sister) where they cover "We're Not Gonna Take It" for charity.

Prototype Apple I computer valued at $1 million

Bids on a rare Apple I computer being sold at auction are heading towards the $1 million mark. The machine is believed to be one of the earliest ever built, possibly a prototype, and has very strong historical value. It comes with original manuals.

Flotilla of partying Americans accidently invade Canada

Sarnia - About 1,500 Americans, on rafts, canoes, inner tubes, and other floatation devices, inadvertently invaded Canada Sunday evening, forcing the Canadian Coast Guard, Sarnia police, the OPP, and others to be called to duty.

College Football Recruiting: Updated 2017 rankings

Tuscaloosa - The 2016 college football season gets started this weekend in Australia with Cal taking on Hawaii and while its not a blockbuster affair, it gives fans a small taste of whats ahead.

Refugee who made it returns with drone to halt drownings

Kallon - Standing on a pebbled beach on the Greek island of Lesbos, Mehdi Salehi searches for a good spot to set his drone loose.

U.S airstrikes appear to be extending beyond Libyan city of Sirte

Surt - Apparently, the United States has extended its bombing campaign in Libya which until now has been confined to attacks on the last remaining Islamic State (IS) fighters in the city of Sirte.

Review: Calum Scott soulful on new 'Dancing on My Own' music video Special

Britain's Got Talent album Calum Scott has released his new music video for "Dancing on My Own," and he will be touring the United States this fall.

Review: Stolen Rhodes returns to The Paramount in New York Special

Huntington - On Aug. 23, rock band Stolen Rhodes returned to The Paramount, where they opened for rocker Ted Nugent, as part of his "Sonic Baptizm" tour.
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